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REHARehabilitation
REHARegional Employers Health Alliance (Pennsylvania)
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Rehabilitation counselors must ask the appropriate questions of their clientele to determine how individuals go about making decisions.
Finally, my own transition from being the director of a rehabilitation program to being the Commissioner of RSA embodied all of the transition trademarks--growth, uncertainty and possibility.
A substantial rehabilitation means that a taxpayer's rehabilitation expenditures during a 24-month or 60-month measuring period must exceed the aggregate "adjusted basis" of the building.
It is important to remember that it is not new rehabilitation or new types of rehabilitation care management systems, but rather new technology that is being incorporated into rehabilitative services.
Two such organizations that are actively pursuing ways to help providers are: the National Stroke Association (NSA) and the American Hospital Association (AHA) Section for Long-Term Care & Rehabilitation. Karen Iannella, Vice President of NSA, and Susanne Sonik, Section Director at AHA, took time out from their busy schedules to respond to the following questions:
The principles that are described in this article provide a structure for creating efficient and effective rehabilitation treatment plans.
In the years that followed, rehabilitation counseling programs developed at a rapid pace, based in part through the ongoing support provided by competitive grant funds available through the Rehabilitation Act Amendments (Title III), and the partnership arrangements established with the public rehabilitation programs in each of the states where these academic programs were initiated (Wright, 1980).
The National Training Conference on Rehabilitation Education, "Meeting Challenges in Rehabilitation Education and Practice," sponsored jointly by the National Council of Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation (CSAVR) will be held at the Key Bridge Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Virginia.
The 20% rehabilitation tax credit program for historic buildings is administered by each state's historic preservation office and requires approval from the National Park Service, a division of the U.S.
Yet despite the decades of research committed to understanding the dynamics of psychosocial adaptation, a review of the rehabilitation literature suggests a surprising lack of conceptual clarity and limited consensus about such fundamental questions as the nature of the process of adaptation and the appropriate conceptualization of outcome (Frank & Elliott, 2000; Livneh, 1988; Livneh & Antonak, 1997; Smart, 2001; Wright & Kirby, 1999).
Generally speaking, the rehabilitation tax credit is calculated as follows.
Using "person first" language hen referencing people with disabilities is accepted as a professional standard in rehabilitation, as evident in language of the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors (Roessler & Rubin, 1998) and in psychology, as evident from the publication guidelines (American Psychological Association, 1994).
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